Solar saves you money on your power bill, and the environment

As the price of power continues to increase, solar is the easy way to make savings on your power bills. An added bonus is that by powering your home on sunshine you’ll also be cutting your carbon footprint. With solar you don’t need to change how you use power just where it comes from.

How do solar systems work?

It can seem a little complex from the outside, but put simply, our solar systems absorb as much of the sun’s energy as possible and convert it into electricity.

They do that by running it through an inverter, which converts the electrical current (known in this case as ‘DC’) into electricity (‘AC’) and regulates its flow. 
Any excess energy that your house can’t use is then stored in your smart battery. This stored energy is either sold back to the grid or saved for when there’s less sunshine to convert into energy. Smart, right?

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Find a solar solution that works for you

Because we know every house and lifestyle is different, we offer two flexible options so you can choose a system that’s right for you. 

You can either sign up for our subscription service, or buy your own solar system outright. Either way, we’ll provide ongoing support, as well as optimise your system to maximise your savings.

What are the benefits of solar with us?

  • Spend less on your power bills

    With two options on how to go solar you are guaranteed to spend less on your power bill than what you are currently. 


  • Keep powering your home in comfort

    You don’t need to change how you use power, just where it’s coming from, which means no compromising on your home comforts.


  • Store or sell back excess energy

    Store energy with our smart batteries to use later, sell back to the grid, or use as backup in a power cut. Our team will manage this for you.

  • Monitor your energy usage 

    Get total visibility on how much energy your roof is generating, and how much your home is using at the click of a button.

  • No maintenance, no worries

    Our solar panels are designed to last up to 25 years. So once installed, you won’t have to worry about replacing them.

  • Shrink your carbon footprint

    Solar is the cleanest, most abundant renewable energy source. By powering your home with sunshine you’re reducing your environmental footprint.

Ask about solar today and start saving

Keen to get started with solar? Enter your details below and one of our friendly energy experts will be in touch.


Starting out on your solar journey can seem a little daunting at first. So we’ve compiled some of our frequently asked questions to help you navigate the world of solar below:

There are a number of benefits of switching to solar.

The main benefit is savings on your powerbill. With our solar subscription you will enjoy lower energy costs. No matter how you decide to go solar – subscription or purchasing a system, you are doing something good for the environment. Solar energy is a 100% renewable energy source, and excess energy is generated from 100% renewable sources. Having a solar battery installed means that you have back up energy when there is a power cut.

Our solar specialists will talk you through whether solar will work for your home. You must own your own home or own the home that you are looking to build. Some of the other key criteria we look for is a power bill of $50 or more, and enough roof space to install the solar panels. The best thing to do is to enquire and our team can look at your home and your power bill in depth.

A kWh is a unit of measurement. A kilowatt-hour measures the amount of energy that is used or generated over an hour. When you see kWh on your monthly energy bill, it's a measurement of your electric appliances' wattage and the amount of time that you are using them.

Solar systems converts sunlight into electricial energy through photovoltaic (PV) panels. The solar panels generate DC energy. Each solar inverter converts this DC energy into usable AC energy that is used to power your home. Any energy that is generated is first used to power your home. Any excess energy is stored in the battery to be used in the evening, or is sold back to the grid.

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